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Runner's World Run Less, Run Faster: Become a Faster, Stronger Runner with the Revolutionary 3-Runs-A-Week Training Program (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 10. April 2012


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  • Taschenbuch: 304 Seiten
  • Verlag: Rodale Pr; Auflage: Revised. (10. April 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1609618025
  • ISBN-13: 978-1609618025
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,1 x 2,3 x 22,8 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 5.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (2 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 42.326 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Bill Pierce, listed as a marathon supercoach by "Runner's World "magazine, is an experienced marathoner and chair of the Health Sciences Department at Furman University. Scott Murr, an experienced marathoner and 12-time Ironman Triathlon finisher, is director of the Furman Fitness and Aquatics Center. Ray Moss is professor of Health Sciences and director of the Molnar Human Performance Laboratory at Furman University.

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Von Mau B am 22. Dezember 2014
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Above all is a well informed and a very pragmatic and clear book, covering all the essential points for a runner on how to execute properly a training session - from warm-up, to main activity, to cool down. This will save months of try and err, and will save probably several injuries, so is great value.

Secondary comes the main point of the book (yes, secondary!) that is to run 3 days a week plus 2 or 3 aerobic sessions on a non-leg-loading sport (cycling or swimming). And that's a great idea, specially for aged runners. I started to apply it an I'm feeling much better.

There is much more value in the book, not only this.

This is definitely a must-read for each serious runner.
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Eine sehr aufschlussreiche und praktisches Buch. Ich ging damit sofort an die Arbeit. Drei lauf-workouts und zwei alternative Workouts zur Unterstützung der Laufeffizienz. Darüber hinaus Übungen wie dehnen und Kraftübungen. Jedes Training hat eine bestimmte Wirkung. Also, NICHT MEHR KILOMETER Laufen für bessere Ergebnisse. Aufgrund dieser Vorgehensweise ist die Verletzungsgefahr gering. Dank einer wirklich effektiven Superkompensation garantiert gute Ergebnisse. Während der Trainingseinheiten sind hart, aber machbar. Ich bin begeistert, fantastisch!
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65 von 69 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
I'm a believer 21. Januar 2013
Von JU - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I disagree completely with the reviewer who said this is not for seasoned runners. I have been running for years, and this book worked wonders for me. Most other running books advocate running crazy high mileage nearly six or seven days a week. I adhered to that philosophy for years and found that despite all of the junk miles, I was not getting much faster and I was getting injured often. This book describes the three quality running workouts for each week, lays out the exact paces you need to hit, and lets you get to work. Other running books encourage running weekly long runs at a much slower pace than you intend to run in the race, so your body is not getting used to that pace. If you want to race faster, you have to train faster, and this book adopts that philosophy. I started training with this book in June, and by December, I had new PRs in every distance I attempted, and I have been injury free. I am a firm believer!
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Great training program: Training with Purpose 27. April 2012
Von drameya - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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After completing 3 half marathon, I was beginning to plateau and was looking for a nice and robust training program to improve my pace. I came across this book from an email received from Runners World. Bought the New Edition after reading all the nice Reviews the customers had given to the first edition on Amazon. So very Glad that I am not disappointed.
RUNNING LESS appeals to me as I am short of time due to other commitments.
Also RUNNING FASTER is what I want to achieve.
The books Main Principle is RUNNING WITH PURPOSE. Each training run should have purpose so that one gets rid of his junk miles.
There are 3 Main Runs with 2 Cross training days
The 3 mains runs consist of:
#1. Speed Strides and Track Repeats (running shortest distance with fastest pace).
#2. Tempo Runs (running medium distance with fast pace)
#3. Long run (running longest distance with slowest pace)
Makes terrific sense to me!
SO I have started meticulously following the training program and am sure will improve my pace!
Also has sections on Nutrition, Stretching and Strength Training.
STRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR RUNNERS.
Have to thank the authors for such a wonderful training program.
17 von 18 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Get the paper version and get the app 16. Februar 2014
Von T. Chatman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I bought the kindle version of this book last year and planned to use it to train for a marathon. I loved the advice and the plans in the book, but I found it nearly impossible to use as a real training guide in the electronic form. In order to build your training plan you have to consult several different tables, and as you're getting used to each workout you will want to refer to the book again and again to remind yourself exactly how the workout should be done. This was simply too difficult with the electronic version so I put it aside and followed a different plan ... to mixed results. (I finished the marathon, but not like I wanted to.)

This year I purchased the paper version and have found it much easier to build the training plan and to consult the book when I have questions. I would give the book 5 stars except that the way it is constructed leaves a lot to be desired. As I mentioned, you have to flip between many different tables on many different pages and in different sections of the book to come up with your plan for the week, or for a particular race. For example, if you're training for a 5k you have to first choose your base time from a previous race or by doing the interval workout they recommend. This tells you what your paces should be for each workout using the pace tables. There are pace tables for different race distances, such as 5k, 10k, or half or full marathon. Then you need to flip to the cross-training section and decide what cross-training to do, and then you need to plan out how all of these different runs and paces and cross-training workouts should fit into a week. The book provides 12-week and 16-week plans for the different distances, but it provides separate charts for the runs and the cross-training, both in different parts of the book. This is difficult to follow. They could have solved this with a dozen pages at the end that pull all the charts and plans together into a comprehensive whole for each race distance so you could just flip to it and know in Week 1, on Day One, you do X, the next day Y, etc. I ended up constructing such a table for myself, which took a lot of time flipping back and forth through the book.

After doing that I discovered there is a companion app for iOS (iphone/ipad) that takes all the work out of it for you. See here: [...]
You just tell the app what distance you're training for, the date, and your base 5k pace, and the app does all the work for you, presenting a 12- or 16-week training plan, including cross-training. It's wonderful! You still want the book to refer to the instructions for each workout so you can make sure you're doing it all correctly, but the app is an absolutely indispensable companion to the book.

Bottom line: Get the paperback book and the app and you will be very happy. I am loving the structure and the goals for each workout and after just a few weeks I feel I'm making much better progress already than I ever made using any other plan.
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Not For Marathon Training 6. März 2013
Von Morris - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This review relates specifically to using this book for marathon training. I am making no statement on its effectiveness for running faster at shorter distances, such as a 5k. And that is my first complaint about the book. The majority of the discussion is framed in relation to your 5k time. This is the equivalent of trying to teach someone about oranges by talking about apples. I guess you're supposed to go out and measure your 5k time. Then you can grind your numbers through different conversion tables to arrive at marathon times. How does a 5k really equate to a marathon? The same way an apple equals an orange.

Here's the important part: Three quality runs per week sounds great. Speed run, tempo run and long run (with cross training in between). The simple reality for me was that I gained speed in short distances at the expense of losing my stamina for the long runs. How many times have we heard if you want to be able to run a lot of miles you have to train by running a lot of miles? Three runs per week just wasn't enough. Yes, I gained speed on short runs - I even ran a half marathon at a personal best time - but week after week my long runs got tougher and tougher until I couldn't do them anymore. It's the same problem of the apples and oranges. Cross training (i.e. biking or swimming) is great, but biking and swimming unfortunately do not improve your running. My stamina came back when I reverted to my proven training methods.

One last word of caution. Everyone's body responds differently to different stressors, so for this you really have to know thyself... All of the hard pounding from the speed repeats that is the core of this program caused me to sustain more pains and injuries than I ever did running 6-8 miles every day through the week with a long run on the weekends. The idea that you will get injured less because you are running less did not hold true for me.

Good luck and keep running.
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Perfect Plan for the Cross Trainer 15. Januar 2014
Von Christopher N Lee - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Don't think for one minute that running less is running easier. Far from it. Even though this is just a three day a week running plan each and every day is tough. In addition, you should do two days of cross training. Personally I prefer to swim two or three days. That seems to give me a nice total body workout. A running buddy of mine who follows this plan likes to bike. So he is able to run competitively (often winning his age group) while keeping his biking sharp. If you are willing to put in the three days, you can be a top competitive runner. For you bi-athletes or tri-athletes, this is the program for you. For me, I am just an old runner (age 69) who wants to keep plugging along. Combining the three day running plan with two days of swimming keeps me in sight of a medal finish. Each year for the last four years I have managed to finish a marathon in a Boston Marathon qualifying time. I am proud of that. I give this plan a lot of credit for that result.
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